Privacy Practices for Our Website
Personally Identifiable Information:
We collect Personally Identifiable Information ("PII") from this Websites when you attempt to become a Client or otherwise choose to provide PII to us. PII is any information that can be used to identify or locate a particular person or entity. This includes, but is not limited to: name, address, telephone number, Heart-Health-Resources number and/or email address. For example, you may choose to send us PII about yourself in an email or by completing an online form on our Websites. Once collected, we will store your PII for a reasonable period of time for record keeping purposes. The information that we store is sometimes deleted as space requires or in the normal course of business.
Heart-Health-Resources will not sell, share or rent your PII to or with others. Your PII is not shared with any third parties, except: (a) where necessary to conduct business, such as invoicing a Client in connection with the Services or making payments to, or collecting money from, a Client; (b) in the case of a breach of any agreement between Client and Heart-Health-Resources (c) where required by law, or requested by a court of competent jurisdiction; (d) in the event of Heart-Health-Resources’s bankruptcy, or if Heart-Health-Resources is sold or acquired; or (e) where Heart-Health-Resources determines, in its sole discretion, that such disclosure is necessary to protect the rights of Heart-Health-Resources and/or a third party, or necessary to protect Heart-Health-Resources from liability of any kind.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information:
We collect Non-Personally Identifiable Information ("Non-PII") from Websites visitors. Non-PII is information that cannot by itself be used to identify a particular person or entity, and may include your IP host address, pages viewed, browser type, Internet browsing and usage habits, Internet Service Provider, domain name, the time/date of your visit to our Websites, the referring URL and/or your computer's operating system.
Cookies and Web Beacons:
Third Party Websites:
This Websites may contain links to and advertisements for websites operated by third parties whose privacy practices may differ from those of Heart-Health-Resources.While we endeavor to associate only with reputable entities, Heart-Health-Resources cannot be responsible for the privacy practices of third party websites. We encourage you to check the privacy policies of all websites that you visit.
This Websites is not intended for visitors that are under eighteen (18) years of age. Heart-Health-Resources does not knowingly solicit or collect information from individuals under the age of thirteen (13). If we determine that we have inadvertently collected PII from someone under thirteen (13) years of age, we will take reasonable steps to purge this information from our database. We encourage parents and guardians to spend time online with their children and to participate and monitor the Internet activities of their children.
All collected information is stored in a technically and physically secure environment. While we use SSL encryption to protect Sensitive Information online, we also do everything in our power to protect PII (including Sensitive Information) off-line. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we strive to protect our end-users' PII, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information that you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive the transmission of your PII, we make reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our systems. Access to this information is strictly limited, and not accessible to the public. All our end-users' PII is restricted in our offices. Only employees who need the information to perform a specific job (for example a customer service representative) are granted access to PII. Employees not adhering to our policies are subject to disciplinary action. In compliance with applicable federal and state law, we shall notify you and any applicable regulatory agencies in the event that we learn of an information security breach with respect to your PII. You will be notified via e-mail in the event of such a breach. Please be advised that notice may be delayed in order to address the needs of law enforcement, determine the scope of network damage, and to engage in remedial measures.
Deleting your PII:
If you'd like us to delete any PII that you have provided to us on our Websites, please send your request to us at help @Heart-Health-Resources.com and we will process your request, where possible and subject to the terms and conditions contained herein, within a reasonable period of time after receipt.
Contacting the Websites:
Welcome to Heart Health Resources. Our goal is to provide our readers with the best health information so that you can make a healthy lifestyle choice.
If you want your heart to be healthy for the rest of your life, follow this prescription:
Get plenty of exercise.
Follow a good diet.
Keep your heart clean and drug-free.
These are the key elements to keeping your heart healthy, all 3 should be followed together to ensure that you get the best results.
Weight control and regular exercise are critical for keeping your heart in shape—but the food you eat may matter just as much. A heart-healthy diet can reduce your risk of heart disease or stroke by 80%. By understanding which foods and methods of cooking are healthiest for your heart, you may be able to prevent or manage heart disease and high blood pressure, and take greater control over the quality and length of your life.
You can take steps to prevent heart disease
Heart disease may be the leading killer of men and women, but that doesn’t mean you can’t protect yourself. In addition to exercise, being careful about what you eat—and what you don’t eat—can help you lower cholesterol, control blood pressure and blood sugar levels, and maintain a healthy weight. If you’ve already been diagnosed with heart disease or have high cholesterol or blood pressure, a heart-smart diet can help you better manage these conditions, lowering your risk for heart attack.
Improving your diet is an important step toward preventing heart disease, but you may feel unsure where to begin. Take a look at the big picture: your overall eating patterns are more important than obsessing over individual foods. No single food can make you magically healthy, so your goal can be to incorporate a variety of healthy foods cooked in healthy ways into your diet, and make these habits your new lifestyle.
You can take steps today to lower your risk of heart disease and heart attack. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.
To help prevent heart disease, you can:Eat healthy and get active.
Watch your weight.
Quit smoking and stay away from secondhand smoke.
Control your cholesterol (“koh-LEHS-tuh-rahl”) and blood pressure.
If you drink alcohol, drink only in moderation.
Take steps to prevent type 2 diabetes.